An artist has something to say
While I was a visiting artist-engineer at the School of Music at the Australian National University last year, I collaborated with students and staff to create new works, as a catalyst for thinking or debate through performance. Kim Cunio says. ‘We make … inter textual works that do not tell people what to think, but allow them to process the complexities of our world and be a little refreshed before they enter the contest of ideas again. We allow unconnected threads to meet and take a stand for what we believe in as part of the process of being an artist, yet still write in the discursive realm as needed.